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Map of New Guinea, showing major coastal strategic regions

Caption   Map of New Guinea, showing major coastal strategic regions ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Army
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New Guinea-Papua Campaign, Phase 3   Main article  Photos  Maps  
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 31 Jul 2008

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1. Tadzie says:
7 Feb 2015 08:22:22 PM

Could you please send a map containing american ww2 relics in the highlands of Papua New Guinea? We would like to find hidden ww2 weapons and place them in museums else it might land in the arms of untrained villagers and could be harmful.

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